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[audio]DANCE SESSION VIERNES 21ENERO
Dance Session Viernes 21 Enero
Keywords: Radio Sedna
Downloads: 21
[audio]Hecrom_-_Sedna
Hecrom_-_Sedna
Keywords: Hecrom_-_Sedna
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[image]Hubble 2005 - NASA
From the discovery of Sedna, a distant object rotating with puzzling slowness, to theories about the death of the universe based on observation of supernova remnants, 2004 was a big year for Hubble science. This third installment in the Hubble yearbook series covers these topics and more.
Keywords: What -- Discovery; What -- Sedna
Downloads: 25
[unknown]Wiki - Sedna
Sedna dumped with WikiTeam tools.
Keywords: wiki; wikiteam; MediaWiki; Sedna; sednashoutwikicom_w
[image]Venus - Crater 'Stefania' in N. Sedna Planitia - NASA
Crater Stephania is located at 51.3 degrees latitude, 333.3 degrees longitude in northern Sedna Planitia on Venus. With a diameter of 11 kilometers (6.8 miles) it is one of the smaller craters on Venus. Because many small meteoroids disintegrate during their passage through the dense atmosphere, there is an absence of craters smaller than 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) in diameter, and even craters smaller than 25 kilometers (15.5 miles) are relatively scarce...
Keywords: What -- Crater; What -- Sedna; What -- Venus
Downloads: 6
[image]Sedna Discovery Image - NASA/Caltech
These three panels show the first detection of the faint distant object dubbed "Sedna." Imaged on November 14th from 6:32 to 9:38 Universal Time, Sedna was identified by the slight shift in position noted in these three pictures taken at different times. Subsequent observations at longer time intervals provided the information necessary to deduce the nature of Sedna's 10,500 year orbit around the Sun...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Sun; What -- Discovery
Downloads: 6
[image]Perspective View of Venus (Center Latitude 45 Degrees N., Center Longitude 11 Degrees E.) - NASA
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns called "coronae" are apparently unique to the lowlands of Venus, and tend to occur in linear clusters along the planet's major tectonic belts. Coronae differ greatly in size and detailed morphology: the central depression may or may not lie below the surrounding plains, and may or may n...
Keywords: What -- Venus; What -- Magellan; What -- Sedna
Downloads: 10
[image]Size Comparisons - NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC)
The artist's rendition shows the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to other bodies in the Solar System, including Earth and its Moon; Pluto; and Quaoar, a planetoid beyond Pluto that was until now the largest known object beyond Pluto. The diameter of Sedna is slightly smaller than Pluto's but likely somewhat larger than Quaoar.
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Earth; What -- Moon; What -- Pluto; What -- Quaoar
Downloads: 7
[image]Artist's Concept of Sedna - NASA/JPL-Caltech
In this artist's visualization, the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," is shown where it resides at the outer edges of the known solar system. The object is so far away that the Sun appears as an extremely bright star instead of a large, warm disc observed from Earth. All that is known about Sedna's appearance is that it has a reddish hue, almost as red and reflective as the planet Mars...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Sun; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Moon
Downloads: 5
[image]Sedna Planitia (Right Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair) - NASA
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called "coronae", are apparently unique to the lowlands of Venus, and tend to occur in linear clusters along the planet's major tectonic belts, as seen in this image. Coronae differ greatly in size and detailed morphology: the central depression may or may not lie below the surrounding...
Keywords: What -- Venus; What -- Magellan; What -- Sedna; What -- STEREO
Downloads: 7
[image]Sedna Planitia (Left Member of a Synthetic Stereo Pair) - NASA
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of the lowland plains in Sedna Planitia. Circular depressions with associated fracture patterns, called 'coronae', are apparently unique to the lowlands of Venus, and tend to occur in linear clusters along the planet's major tectonic belts, as seen in this image. Coronae differ greatly in size and detailed morphology: the central depression may or may not lie below the surrounding...
Keywords: What -- Venus; What -- Magellan; What -- Sedna; What -- STEREO
Downloads: 10
[image]Sedna Size Comparisons - NASA/JPL-Caltech
The artist's rendition shows the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to other bodies in the solar system, including Earth and its Moon; Pluto; and Quaoar, a planetoid beyond Pluto that was until now the largest known object beyond Pluto. The diameter of Sedna is slightly smaller than Pluto's but likely somewhat larger than Quaoar.
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Earth; What -- Moon; What -- Pluto; What -- Quaoar
Downloads: 5
[image]Sedna Orbit Comparisons - NASA/Caltech
These four panels show the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," which lies in the farthest reaches of our solar system. Each panel, moving counterclockwise from the upper left, successively zooms out to place Sedna in context. The first panel shows the orbits of the inner planets, including Earth, and the asteroid belt that lies between Mars and Jupiter. In the second panel, Sedna is shown well outside the orbits of the outer planets and the more distant Kuiper Be...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Jupiter; What -- Sun
Downloads: 4
[image]Venus - Lineated Plains in Lakshmi Region - NASA
This mosaic shows an area of the Lakshmi region that is located 30 degrees north latitude and 333.3 degrees east longitude. (Longitude on Venus is measured from 0 degrees to 360 degrees east). The area shown measures about 37 kilometers (23 miles) wide and 80 kilometers (50 miles) long. Based on data from the Pioneer Venus Orbiter and the ground-based Arecibo Radar Observatory, it is known that this region is located on the low rise that separates Sedna Planitia and Guinevere Planitia, just to t...
Keywords: What -- Venus; What -- Pioneer Venus Orbiter; What -- Sedna; What -- Magellan
Downloads: 4
[image]Artist's Conception of Sedna - NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC)
In this artist's visualization, the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," is shown where it resides at the outer edges of the known solar system. The object is so far away that the Sun appears as an extremely bright star instead of the large, warm disc observed from Earth. All that is known about Sedna's appearance is that it has a reddish hue, almost as red and reflective as the planet Mars...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Sun; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Moon
Downloads: 7
[image]Perspective View of Venus (Center Latitude 45 Degrees N., Center Longitude 350 Degrees E.) - NASA
This perspective view of Venus, generated by computer from Magellan data and color-coded with emissivity, shows part of Sedna Planitia and illustrates a common phenomenon of the lowland plains of Venus: one of many overlapping lava flows that make up the plains has been deflected by low-relief hills. Differing radar brightness among the flows reflects mostly differences in roughness. In this area, the most recent lava flows characteristically have somewhat lower emissivities (indicated here by t...
Keywords: What -- Venus; What -- Magellan; What -- Sedna; What -- Crater
Downloads: 8
[image]Hubble Observes Planetoid Sedna, Mystery Deepens - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: About the Object Object Name: 2003 VB12 ("Sedna"); K31114A Object Description: Solar System body; planetoid Position (J2000): R.A. 03h 13m 51s.12 Dec. +05° 45' 41".14 (March 16, 2004) Constellation: Cetus (March 16, 2004) Distance: Approximately 13.5 billion kilometers (8.4 billion miles) About the Data Data Description: This data are taken from HST proposal 10041: M...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Gemini; Where -- Hawaii
Downloads: 8
[image]Sedna
These three panels show the first detection of the faint distant object dubbed "Sedna." Imaged on November 14th, 2003 from 6:32 to 9:38 Universal Time, Sedna was identified by the slight shift in position noted in these three pictures taken at different times. Subsequent observations at longer time intervals provided the information necessary to deduce the nature of Sedna's 10,500 year orbit around the Sun...
Keywords: Solar System Exploration; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Planets; What -- Sedna; What -- Sun
Downloads: 6
[image]Sedna Orbit Animation - NASA/JPL-Caltech
This animation shows the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to the rest of the solar system. Starting at the inner solar system, which includes the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars (all in yellow), the view pulls away through the asteroid belt and the orbits of the outer planets beyond (green). Pluto and the distant Kuiper Belt objects are seen next until finally Sedna comes into view...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Mercury; What -- Venus; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Pluto; What -- Sun
Downloads: 16
[image]Hubble Observes Planetoid Sedna, Mystery Deepens - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: About the Object Object Name: 2003 VB12 ("Sedna"); K31114A Object Description: Solar System body; planetoid Position (J2000): R.A. 03h 13m 51s.12 Dec. +05° 45' 41".14 (March 16, 2004) Constellation: Cetus (March 16, 2004) Distance: Approximately 13.5 billion kilometers (8.4 billion miles) About the Data Data Description: This data are taken from HST proposal 10041: M...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Gemini; Where -- Hawaii
Downloads: 9
[image]Sedna's Night Sky Location - NASA/JPL-Caltech/H. Kline (JPL)
This view shows where the newly discovered planet-like body, dubbed "Sedna," would lie in the evening skies at around 8:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on the date its discovery was announced (March 15, 2004). It was located in the constellation of Cetus and formed a triangle with Mars and Venus in the direction of the setting Sun. Sedna is so faint, however, that it can not be seen with the naked eye, or with telescopes typically used by amateur astronomers.
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Discovery; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Mars; What -- Venus; What -- Sun
Downloads: 5
[audio]BornToMisrepresentEp7 - Rajiv Poddar and Austin Tuan
Rajiv Poddar of Sedna Wireless talked about three solutions of his startup company: Call Graph, a Skype recorder http://callgraph.in ThinFone, a VOIP client software An Integrated Call Record Management solution that's currently in private beta Language: English. Location: Bangalore, India and Taipei, Taiwan. Length: about 41 minutes.
Keywords: Linux; Rajiv Poddar; Sedna Wireless; Call Graph; Skype Recorder; VOIP client; Call Record Management
Downloads: 93
[movies]Orbit of Sedna - NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)
This animation shows the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to the rest of the Solar System. Starting at the inner Solar System, which includes the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars (all in yellow), the view pulls away through the asteroid belt and the orbits of the outer planets beyond (green). Pluto and the distant Kuiper Belt objects are seen next until finally Sedna comes into view...
Keywords: What -- Sedna; What -- Mercury; What -- Venus; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Pluto; What -- Sun
Downloads: 170
[image]Hubble Observes Planetoid Sedna, Mystery Deepens - *Illustration Credit:* NASA [ http://www.nasa.gov/ ], ESA [ http://spacetelescope.org/ ] and Adolf Schaller
*Description*: This is an artist's impression of noontime on Sedna, the farthest known planetoid from the Sun. Over 8 billion miles away, the Sun is reduced to a brilliant pinpoint of light that is 100 times brighter than the full Moon. (The Sun would actually be the angular size of Saturn as seen from Earth, way too small to be resolved with the human eye.) The dim spindle-shaped glow of dust around the Sun defines the ecliptic plane of the solar system where the major planets dwell...
Keywords: 2003 VB16; Sedna; K31114A; What -- Sedna; What -- Sun; What -- Moon; What -- Saturn; What -- Earth; What -- Virgo; What -- Libra; What -- Jupiter; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Gemini; Where -- Hawaii
Downloads: 12
[movies]Hubble Observes Planetoid Sedna, Mystery Deepens - *Video Credit:* NASA [ http://www.nasa.gov/ ] and G. Bacon
*Description*:> Artist's Concept Zoom out from our Sun to the newly discovered celestial object Sedna. The artwork is a conception designed by Adolph Schaller. Sedna resides three times farther away from the Sun than the planet Pluto. Technical facts about this news release: About the Object Object Name: 2003 VB12 ("Sedna"); K31114A Object Description: Solar System body; planetoid Position (J2000): R.A...
Keywords: What -- Sun; What -- Sedna; What -- Pluto; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Gemini; Where -- Hawaii
Downloads: 56
[image]Hubble Observes Planetoid Sedna, Mystery Deepens - *Video Credit:* NASA [ http://www.nasa.gov/ ], G. Bacon, and Z. Levay (STScI [ http://www.stsci.edu/ ])
*Description*:> A time-lapse exposure of Sedna's long elliptical orbit taken by Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys. These 16 images cover a period of one hour. Technical facts about this news release: About the Object Object Name: 2003 VB12 ("Sedna"); K31114A Object Description: Solar System body; planetoid Position (J2000): R.A. 03h 13m 51s.12 Dec. +05° 45' 41".14 (March 16, 2004) Constellation: Cetus (March 16, 2004) Distance: Approximately 13.5 billion kilometers (8.4 billion miles) About ...
Keywords: What -- Advanced Camera for Surveys; What -- Sedna; What -- Constellation; What -- Cetus; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Gemini; Where -- Hawaii
Downloads: 7
[image]Sedna's Orbit
These four panels show the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," which lies in the farthest reaches of our Solar System. Each panel, moving counterclockwise from the upper left, successively zooms out to place Sedna in context. The first panel shows the orbits of the inner planets, including Earth, and the asteroid belt that lies between Mars and Jupiter. In the second panel, Sedna is shown well outside the orbits of the outer planets and the more distant Kuiper Be...
Keywords: Solar System Exploration; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Planets; What -- Sedna; What -- Earth; What -- Mars; What -- Jupiter; What -- Sun; Where -- Stennis Space Center (SSC)
Downloads: 16
[image]Sedna Size Comparison
The artist's rendition shows the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed 'Sedna,' in relation to other bodies in the Solar System, including Earth and its Moon; Pluto; and Quaoar, a planetoid beyond Pluto that was until now the largest known object beyond Pluto. The diameter of Sedna is slightly smaller than Pluto's but likely somewhat larger than Quaoar. *Image Credit*: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)
Keywords: Solar System Exploration; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Planets; What -- Sedna; What -- Earth; What -- Moon; What -- Pluto; What -- Quaoar; Where -- Stennis Space Center (SSC)
Downloads: 5
[audio]Various Artists - Fall Asleep Ghosts - Various Artists
This compilation is dedicated to DNA Production second anniversary. Two years ago the first DNA Production release was out. Despite label's traditions, we invited mainly foreign musicians who aren't in DNA Production catalogue before. This huge, almost two hours long compilation is created in drone/dark ambient way, and certain tracks with noise and field recordings elements point out compilation's own distinctive ambient style...
Keywords: DNA Production; Various Artists; Fall Asleep Ghosts; porzellan; Jan Kees Helms; Marc-Henri Arfeux; Indo; Raspad Atoma; Turmoil; Purist; Epsilon Eridani; Seetyca; SEDNA; Roy-Arne Knutsen; uncertain; ELDAR; Light Implant; Fosel; Inner Struggle; Drone Ambient; Dark Ambient; Field Recordings; Experimental
Downloads: 371
[movies]John A. Koulouris,(Esq.)John Koulouris,(Esq.) APTN National News_Planetary Nomenclature - John A. Koulouris,(Esq.)
APTN (Aboriginal Peoples' Television Network) broadcasts an interview with John A. Koulouris, (Esq.) of Laval, Canada, on the subject of Planetary Surface Features (craters, mountains, plains, etc.) throughout the known Solar System, which have been officially given names (nomenclature) by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), and which are attributed to Aboriginal Nations' Cultures, Mythologies, Places, and People...
Keywords: John Koulouris; (Esq.); APTN; National; News; Canada; Broadcast; Live; Movie; Planetary; Nomenclature; I.A.U; International Astronomical Union; Mars; Venus; Moon; Aboriginal; Peoples; Television; Network; Laval; Asintmah; Dzalarhons; Inuvik; Qakma; Rhpisunt; Somagalags; Tsects; Sedna; Nokomis; Haida; Bella Coola; Algonquin; Mohawk; Huron; Iroquois; Metis; NASA; USGS; Astrogeology; Cartography; Solar System; Gazetteer
Downloads: 121
[movies]John Koulouris,(Esq.) APTN National News_ Planetary Nomenclature - John A. Koulouris,(Esq.)
APTN (Aboriginal Peoples' Television Network) broadcasts an interview with John A. Koulouris, (Esq.) of Laval, Canada, on the subject of Planetary Surface Features (craters, mountains, plains, etc.) throughout the known Solar System, which have been officially given names (nomenclature) by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), and which are attributed to Aboriginal Nations' Cultures, Mythologies, Places, and People...
Keywords: John Koulouris; (Esq.); APTN; National; News; Canada; Broadcast; Live; Movie; Planetary; Nomenclature; I.A.U; International Astronomical Union; Mars; Venus; Moon; Aboriginal; Peoples; Television; Network; Laval; Asintmah; Dzalarhons; Inuvik; Qakma; Rhpisunt; Somagalags; Tsects; Sedna; Nokomis; Haida; Bella Coola; Algonquin; Mohawk; Huron; Iroquois; Metis; NASA; USGS; Astrogeology; Cartography; Solar System; Gazetteer
Downloads: 348
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